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Richard Frith laborer at the establishment of Jamestown colony
Posted by: Michael Turley (ID *****2411) Date: June 17, 2010 at 15:03:22
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Would he be the Father of Nathaniel Frith born 1598, who married Elizabeth Parsons in 1630 Richmond Co Va???

I have traced my line back to Nathaniel, and he would have only been 8 years of age at the launching of the colony.....I doubt that the colonists would take an 8 year old Laborer, so I don't think the Richard and Nathaniel are the same person, but I wonder if Nathaniel might have been his son, not listed on the manifest.

Of course Nathaniel may have been a Frith, who arrived after the original founding of the colony.....

Any help would be greatly appreciated!



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